Cannes Travel Tips
Cannes reputation as a glamorous resort for the beautiful people is well-deserved. With the harbor, the bay, the beachside promenade, the beaches and the people sunning themselves, Cannes provides more than enough natural beauty to make at least a day trip here worth the effort.
It's especially popular at the end of May, when film stars and photographers descend on the town to attend the International Film Festival. But during the rest of the year, the sleepy former fishing village is all about leisure. Whether you want beaches, fashion, or just people-watching from a cozy street-side café, Cannes is all that and more.
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Cannes. Just the name conjures up images of glamour: white clothing, huge sunglasses and all those million dollar yachts. For two weeks in May, this is the place-to-be on the calendar of the rich ...
Cannes. Monaco. Two names that conjure up images of the glamorous life. And the road that links them? The French Riviera’s famous Grand Corniche, one of the world’s most spectacular drives with views ...
Provence is luxuriously located in south-eastern France and next to the Mediterranean Sea. It has always been an inspiration to artists (Picasso, Matisse, van Gogh), a playground for the rich ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, April 2012
has the aura of wealth and glamor, but there’s more to this small
village than that annual red-carpet parade held in May. Cannes may feel
out of reach for those with a budget in mind, ...
The French Riviera is famous for its chic, picturesque coastal towns, and June or September is the perfect time to visit Cannes. The Film Festival has wrapped up and the red carpets have been rolled ...
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